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High Speed, High Volume Laboratory Network for Infectious Diseases and
High Throughput GWAS Analysis
Highly Reproducible Gene Delivery for Stem Cell Research
IBM eX5 Improves Next Generation Sequencing for Sanger Institute
Improved understanding of the thermal stability of a monoclonal antibo
Malvern Instruments Limited
Instrument Management Design Features of Agilent OpenLAB
Integrating Mac Systems into a Medical IT Infrastructure
University Hospital of Mannheim
Integrating Process Weighing Data
Integrating Process Weighing Data - Industrial Weighing
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Identifying the Source of Stem Cells
Researchers discover that Sox2 gene could determine the source of stem cells in mammals.
Dozens of Genes Associated with Autism in New Research
Functions of newly identified genes converge on a few important biological processes.
TSRI Scientists Make Enzyme that Could Help Explain Origins of Life
A powerful tool for evolving new and useful molecules.
Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators 2015: Call for Entries!
Eppendorf Award celebrates 20 years in 2015.
BPA Exposure by Infants May Increase Risk of Food Intolerance
Exposure to Bisphenol A at a dose significantly below the current FDA Tolerable Daily Intake predisposes offspring to food intolerance at adulthood.
Scientists Generate First Human Stomach Tissue in Lab with Stem Cells
Unprecedented tool for researching the development and diseases of an organ central to several public health crises.
Accelerating Spirocyclic Polyketide Synthesis
Powerful flow chemistry techniques used for complex multi-stage synthesis of spirocyclic polyketides.
MS Drug Candidate Shows Promise for Ulcerative Colitis
Positive new clinical data were released today on a drug candidate for ulcerative colitis that was first discovered and synthesized at The Scripps Research Institute.
First Atlas of Body Clock Gene Expression in Mammals Informs Timing of Drug Delivery
Penn Medicine study has implications for 100 top-selling US drugs, half of which target daily-oscillating genes.
New Technique has Profound Implications for Drug Development
The method, developed by Scripps Research Institute chemists, expands options for making pure batches of ‘one-handed’ molecules.
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